Cricket Australia has announced the international schedule for the Australian team to be played in the upcoming 2016-17 season, including series against South Africa, New Zealand, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.
Chief Executive of the South Africa Cricketers Association Tony Irish has stated that due to the concerns surrounding the usage of the pink ball, Cricket South Africa is unlikely to agree for a day-night Test match against Australia.
Former New Zealand off-spinner Nathan McCullum, who recently retired from international cricket following the Black Caps’ ICC World Twenty20 campaign believes he has timed his retirement to perfection.
New Zealand all-rounder Grant Elliott has announced his decision to retire from the One-Day International format following the Black Caps' exit in the ICC World Twenty20 after suffering a defeat against England in the semi-final in Delhi.
Jason Roy scored a belligerent knock of 78 runs as England chased down 154 against New Zealand with ease in the 18th over with seven wickets in hand to reach the final of the ICC World Twenty20 tournament for the second time.
England limited overs captain Eoin Morgan revealed that the team has adapted their style of play in the ongoing ICC World T20 inspired by the performance of Australia and New Zealand in the ICC Cricket World Cup in 2015.
South Africa Women's campaign in the ICC World Twenty20 was brought to an end by an all-round display from Sophie Devine and a three-wicket haul from Leigh Kasperek which secured a seven-wicket win for New Zealand Women in the Group A encounter of the tournament in Bangalore.
After a five-fer from Mustafizur Rahman limited New Zealand to 145 for eight, Grant Elliott and Ish Sodhi shared six wickets between them as Bangladesh collapsed spectacularly to be bowled out for 70 runs, handing the Black Caps a 75-run win in the Super 10 Group 2 encounter in the ICC World Twenty20 in Kolkata.
Although New Zealand have already qualified from Group 2 for the ICC World Twenty20 2016 semi-finals, Australia, India and Pakistan are battling to join them, as Chetan Narula explains in his latest video report.
New Zealand became the first team to qualify for the semi-finals of the 2016 World T20 after they beat Pakistan - who cracked under pressure after a good start - by 22 runs, writes Chetan Narula in Mohali.
After a boundary studded 80 from Martin Guptill, New Zealand managed to restrict Pakistan to 158 for five in a chase of 181 runs to complete a 22-run victory in the Super 10 Group 2 encounter in Mohali and qualified for the semi-finals of the ICC World Twenty20.